Soft Work Skills
When you get a job, your place of work will want you to have certain skills that will help you do well in your job. Learning about soft skills will help you learn how to work well with others, as well as learn how to get a job done correctly. If you’re looking for a job, or if you already have a job, knowing about these skills and how to use them will help you to be a great employee.
Soft work skills are important in the workplace because they are skills we use to help us be successful in our jobs. The skills listed below are the most common skills that will be used at any job you work at. We use soft skills to help us build relationships, solve problems, and help us grow. This information can give you ways to sharpen your skills and be the best employee you can possibly be. If you feel like you need help working on your soft skills, come check out the Cru Work Skills Program so we can help you sharpen your skills.
Below are different types of soft work skills and the rest of the page will give you more detailed meanings and examples for each soft work skill. For additional resources, please visit Ask Jan, Indeed.com, and the Department of Labor websites.
Page last updated October 21, 2022